Enrolling in Graduate Courses
Advising requirements for enrollment vary by program. To determine if a graduate program requires students to be advised by a program administrator or faculty advisor prior to enrollment, contact the academic program. Questions regarding course selection should also be directed to individual programs.
Can't enroll? It may be because you haven't completed the Sexual Misconduct Awareness training online.
The ONE.OU.EDU website is where graduate students officially enroll for courses, view academic information, pay tuition, and see course offerings.
Add/drop processes, late enrollment, and other services related to enrollment are provided by Enrollment Services.
Graduate Assistants with a .50 FTE* Appointment
*A .50 FTE graduate assistantship may consist of a combined appointment from multiple units on campus (e.g., two .25 FTE assistantships).
Students must be enrolled in classes by August 5 in the Fall and January 5 in the Spring to be eligible for the Student FICA (Social Security) Exemption on August and January paychecks. The FICA payroll taxes cannot be refunded for late class enrollment.**
Fall or Spring
Minimum required enrollment is 5 credit hours.
Full-time enrollment is 3 credit hours.
The minimum enrollment requirement for the final semester is 2 credit hours. See the Final Semester Enrollment